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June 13, 2024  |  The Historic German House


Hanlon Architects



Photography by

183 E Main St LLC | Arbor Venues

Taylor, The Builders

Jessica Palaszynski

The renovation of the bank hall at The Linc has been long in the making. Within the second floor of the 15-story building, the elegant original two-story volume was converted into offices in the 1960s/70s, stripping it of much of the original detail. Unfortunately, this space was unused for many years. By the start of the latest iteration of this project, much of the original plaster and stone detail had been removed, leaving little to save and restore. Our involvement with this building began in 2015, with the overall renovation of the building. Since that time, the hope has been to revitalize the bank hall space, converting it to a ballroom. Unfortunately, the right tenant was not found for the space until 2022, with Arbor Venues. The assembled development team—183 East Main Street LLC (owner), Arbor Venues (tenant), Taylor, The Builders, and Hanlon Architects really allowed the space to live up to its potential. Much of the work of this project was sensitively restoring the remaining original features, while sensitively bringing the modern amenities necessary for an event venue.

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